Sport Tigers great's humbling act for brain cancer

03:52  17 june  2021
03:52  17 june  2021 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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He's overcome nearly every injury in the book - broken jaw, nose, eye socket, broken both cheekbones, hamstring issues, career-threatening hip dislocation - yet that won't stop Wests Tigers great Chris Lawrence from putting his body through more pain to raise funds for the NRL's Beanie for Brain Cancer round.


Lawrence, who retired from the NRL last year after 253 games with the Tigers, will put his body through a 150km walk today when he takes part in 'The Big Three' trek, a three-day journey starting from NRL HQ in Sydney to McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle.

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The 32-year-old revealed it's all part of his initiative to step up and take on the onus of continuing to raise awareness and funds for Brain Cancer, which the NRL now marks with a dedicated round each season.

"The plan is to do all it (150km), we'll see how the body goes," he told Wide World of Sports. "The idea is to try and do it all as best as I can unless the body says otherwise.

"That was the main reason for getting involved.


"They never asked me to do the entire walk, but being the first-year out of footy and knowing I can contribute, the least I can do is put my body through some pain to raise some money for a much-needed cause.

"It was important I got involved in this way. In previous years I've tried to do my part as all players have.

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"This is the first time I've been able to do a bit more, being retired and getting to do a journey like this."

The NRL's Beanie for Brain Cancer Round, which was established by the game and its broadcasters in 2017, aims to raise funds for the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF).

a man wearing a blue shirt: Chris Lawrence © Getty Chris Lawrence

The annual NRL fixture was founded by Hughes, a former Newcastle Knights star and brain cancer survivor, and Nine's rugby league executive Matt Callander, who tragically lost his battle with brain cancer in 2017. He was just 46.

With everything kicking off when the Broncos take on the Rabbitohs tonight from Suncorp Stadium, the NRL is hoping to raise $3 million over the course of the round, which Lawrence says is a credit to the league and its fans for allowing the cause to grow each year.

"It's unreal to see how much it's progressed in a short space of time," Lawrence added.

"It highlights the rugby league community and how willing they are to get behind really good causes.

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Traditional treatments for brain cancer depend on where the tumor is located, how large the mass is, and if it can be reached safely. Oncologists rely almost exclusively on the “Big 3” (surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation), despite the fact that radiation is one of the causes of brain cancer . He’ s now almost 82, feels great and has followed an alternative protocol since being diagnosed in March of 2013 with supplements, morning Budwig, ozone and Vit. C infusions and his SOT which is Dr. Connealy’ s specialty. We are so grateful to Ty, Bill Henderson and all the people who contribute to

"Whether it be players, fans, members, sponsors, people working within the game - everyone bands together for this cause.

"Being someone who's been part of the rugby league community for so many years, it makes you proud to see how much of an impact it's had.

"Not only brain cancer, but cancer in general touches the lives of so many people. You see not only friends and family, but even people you know and how much of an impact it has on their lives, and the people around them

"The initiative of Mark Hughes launching Beanie for Brain Cancer Round and the success of that, for me it was a small part I could do to get involved to raise the much-needed awareness of funds."

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